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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 33: 1661-1664 (1932), pp. 333-338. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90134 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Gabbiano, marquis, leaves London for Paris, 112.

Gailan, Galian. See Gayland.

Galata, Constantinople, 280.

Galicia, Spain:
-, Spanish troops embark from Flanders for, 108.
-, English succours to fight towards, 114; Portuguese in, expecting English, 125.
-, only one of ships from Ostend leaches, 117; Spanish troops from Flanders in, 125; Spanish army of withdrawn, 204.

Galilee, Galileo, Gilisco, Thomas, Senate asked to give effect to promises made to, 32, 88, 101; assurances about, 36, 110, 193; petitions Privy Council and asks help, 172–3; Brown sees Giavarina about, 173; Giavarina to try and satisfy, 184.

-, -, Thomas son of, representations made to Giavarina about, 101; efforts to secure liberty, 109.

Gamarra, Gamara, Estevan de, Spanish ambassador in the Netherlands:
-, says Dutch peace with Portugal will lead to war with England, 41; expected to succeed Batteville in England, 76, 81, 96; ordered to proceed to embassy, 99.
-, Nicholas asks Batteville about, 99; still at Brussels, 103; not coming to England, 118, 131.
-, not going to Italy, 117; leaving Brussels for Hague, 118.

Gambia, fort of, W. Africa, claims of Courland to, 162.

Garnsey. See Guernsey.

Garter, order of the, knights of St. George, prince of Denmark admitted to, 215; celebration of chapter of, 244–5; some statutes of revised, 246.

Garter, king at arms. See Walker, Sir Edward.

Garumegna, captured by Spaniards, 225.

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard, the Cavalier Guasconi, a Florentine, remonstrates about special treatment of Genoese minister, 97, 182; sharp reply of Clarendon to, 98; account of, 182.

Gayland, Gailan, Galian, prince, leader of the Moors:
-, defeats Tangier garrison in sortie, 149; garrison nearly destroyed by, 174.
-, thought governor of Ceuta should help against rivals, 163; Spaniards unable to help against Benticar, 201.
-, reported agreement with, 265, 289.

gazettes of Venice, 58.

Gelderland, province of, Netherlands, protests against peace with Portugal, 8, 30.

Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, despatches dated at, 5, 14, 17, 20, 80.
-, ship for, delivered to corsairs, 9; mild treatment of English captains, suspected of betrayal to corsairs, 13–4, 17.
-, fear of driving English to Leghorn, 13; stops minister going to England, 38; consideration claimed by ambassador of, 64; remonstrance about favour shown to, 97, 182; Clarendon favours claim, 98.
-, proposed mission of Falcombridge to, 191.
-, instructions to about Speranza, 192; Speranza leaves for Amsterdam, 113.
-, would follow Venetian example about pratique, 199.
-, Peterborough sends to, for engineers, 219.

-, ships of. See ships, Genoese.

-, Venetian consul at. See Tasca, Paris.

Gent, Johan baron van, Dutch ambassador in France, 49.

Gerard, Charles, lord, gentleman of the bedchamber, mission to French king, 219.

Gerlichioi, Constantinople, Winchelsea's villa at, 50.

Germany, the empire:
-, news from, 17.
-, Brand leaves for, 48; Rupert leaves on condition of return to, 107; Rupert not returning to, 141.
-, Turks will take money of and still make war on, 50; not to advantage of to wage war on Turks, 103.
-, complaints against Venetian ministers in, 89; Venetian letters for can be sent via Flanders, 175; French designs to trouble, 179.

German, Germen, Germin. See Jermyn, Henry.

Giavarina, Francesco, Venetian resident in England, 26.
-, despatches to the Senate, 1, 5, 10, 29, 33, 36, 39, 42–3, 47, 51, 53, 57, 60, 63, 66, 68, 71–2, 74, 78, 81, 91, 93–4, 96, 99, 100, 103, 106, 108, 110, 114, 117, 119, 122, 124, 127, 129, 131–2, 135, 137, 140, 143, 146, 148, 150–1, 154, 157, 160, 163, 166, 168, 171, 174, 177–8, 182, 184, 186, 190, 192, 195, 197, 199, 201–2, 204, 206, 211, 213, 216, 219, 220, 223, 226.
-, despatch referred to, 17.
-, instructions to, 4, 35, 38, 46, 49, 53, 56, 59, 61, 65, 70, 72, 77, 80, 92, 95, 104, 107, 109, 116, 121, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 145, 151, 153, 156, 158–9, 170, 173, 175, 181, 184, 186, 188, 191–3, 196, 200, 208, 210, 213, 215.
-, 1661:
-,-, asks for ship for ambassadors, 3; goes to meet them at Gravesend, 17.
-,-, ambassadors receive letters from, 3; keeping letters for them, 12; commended by them, 29, 90; to thank king for their reception, 35; does so, 43.
-,-, to join in representations against ships surrendered to corsairs, 4, 8, 9, 28, 36; offices about, 45.
-,-, to try and obtain help from king, 35; speaks to Vinder about levy, 52.
-,-, to report about ambassador for Venice, 36, 38; makes inquiries, 48.
-,-, presentation of gondolas by, 38, 40, 42, 45; duke of York asks for some, 45; other lords speak to about, 45–6.
-,-, efforts to prevent English ships serving Turks, 44.
-,-, suggests order for better treatment of English ships, 44; letter to about Erlisman, 48–9.
-,-, submits memorial about Angel affair, 44–5.
-,-, king asks for fisolera, 45; speaks to king about, 67.
-,-, to encourage idea of attack on Algiers, 46; complaint to, about postal charges, 58.
-,-, to cultivate king's good will, 53; suggests sending ambassador to Venice, 82.
-,-, to inform merchants of removal of unjust charges, 53.
-,-, to tell king of friendliness of Winchelsea, 59, 61, 70, 72; to evade proposal for mediation, 65, 77.
-,-, informs king of victory over Turks, 61; to encourage hostilities with Turks, 70.
-,-, tells merchants of measures to stop abuses in Ionian islands, 65; to give them further assurances, 72.
-,-, asks instructions about coming of bride, 69; to show proper regard, promised consideration, 77.
-,-, indisposed, 81, 91, 93.
-, 1662:
-,-, speaks to Nicholas about proposed mediation, 93; tries to find out about ambassador, 94; to evade question of mediation, 104.
-,-, assurances to merchants about currant trade, 94, 104.
-,-, has no dealings with Durazzo, 98, 107; credentials for new queen, 116, 125, 153; offers congratulations on marriage, 152.
-,-, Brown speaks to about Galilee, 101; reply of commended, 109; further representations to, 173; to try and satisfy Galilee, 184.
-,-, dealings with Vinder for levy, 104, 127; with Castelhaven, 128, 188; to let matter drop, 137, 142, 193; refuses offer, 148.
-,-, to sound king about Ravenscroft brothers, 105; office about, 120–1.
-,-, to stir English about corsairs, 109, 145; asks queen mother to get king to help Venice, 181.
-,-, mourning for queen of Bohemia, 112, 121; decorates chapel for Easter, 131; great crowd of Catholics at services of, 132; commended for action, 138.
-,-, house damaged by gale, narrow escape, 115–6; asks to be removed from England, 148, 165; relief promised to, 156–7, 173.
-,-, asks for answer about Kuffler, 142; answer to, about, 153; informs Petkum, 162.
-,-, Waller offers levy to, 148, 156, 165.
-,-, king speaks to, for Annand and about fisolera, 152; king assures of appointment of ambassador, asks about Mocenigo, 167.
-,-, to see to arrest of Bandini and Rizzo, 152; Lauderdale asks about Annand, 170.
-,-, expenses over celebrations, 152; hopes for allowance, 153; vote for expenses, 160; debts of, 198.
-,-, transmits letter to Spain for Spanish secretary, 154; Aubigny asks to bring action of Burgundian lady to notice of, 177–8.
-,-, follows Court to Hampton Court, 160; action approved, 170; celebrates entry of king and queen, 184.
-,-, asks that sailors sorving Venice be exempted from recall, 167, 170; has to pay for order, 175; to thank king for, 186; does so, 191.
-,-, to encourage merchants to come for currants, 170.
-,-, reports Aubigny's information to Cornaro, 178, 188, 218; instructions about, 188–9; Cornaro replies to, 196, 218.
-,-, congratulates queen mother on arrival, 181, 193; to inform king of Annand's leave, 215; does so, 223.
-,-, Dutch ambassadors take leave of, 190; Estrades does ill turn to with Clarendon, 202.
-,-, makes no change about letters, 196; to find some one to forward news, 215; appoints Riccardi to do so, 224, 227–8, 230, 242.
-,-, claim of brewer against, 197; pays brewer, 198; Nicholas will give no clue to, 201.
-,-, king dissatisfied with and wants recalled, 197; Clarendon's rancour against, 198, 201–2, 207; cannot find if letter written against, 201, 206.
-,-, speaks to duke of York about charges, 198; York speaks to about pratique for English ships, 199; gives king assurances about, 221.
-,-, dealing with affair of Speranza, 204, 213, 223–4; complaints of Levant Co. to, 227.
-,-, promised leave to depart, 213; to go as resident in Switzerland, 215; king notified of recall, 220; leaving London, 222; preparations to leave, 223.
-,-, not visiting Hanse envoys, 217; calls on Muscovite ambassadors, 226.
-,-, tells king of arrival of fisolera, 220; has fitted and presents, 221.
-,-, asks king about Falcombridge, 221; audiences to take leave, 223; waiting for weather, 226.
-,-, asks for passport in France, 225; starts for Flanders, 228, 230.
-,-, Holles apologises for treatment of, Sagredo praises, 262; possible misconceptions about departure, 263.
-,-, wrote of king's wish for correspondence with Spain, 286.

-, Girolamo, uncle of Francesco, 198.

Gibraltar [Spain]:
-, sends for reinforcements and money, 93; Spaniards look to defences of, 98; Spaniards very nervous about, 117; garrison reinforced, 139.

-, Strait of, the Strait, 199.

Montagu's fleet at, 30; Tangier valuable from being near, 47, 114; Montagu has fight with corsairs in, 51.

proposed to keep squadron at, 52; English fleet sighted in, 68; English fleet sailing towards, 77; remains beyond, 78, 170, 173.

Ruyter sails to, 59; large captures by Algerines in, 94.

part of English fleet enters, 114; Spaniards nervous about strength of English fleet inside, 117; only six ships left beyond, 227.

Gilisco. See Galilee.

Gionas. See Jones.

Giustinian, Girolamo, Riccardi served in France and Spain, 224.

Gladman, Major, committed to Gatehouse, 63.

Glanguri, dragoman, appeals to Ballarino against Winchelsea, 253.

Gloucester, co. Gloucester, demolition of walls ordered, 169.

-, duke of. See Richard.

Goa, India, 267.

-, Marlborough back from, 261.

Gobato, Gobatto, Tomaso, surgeon of Winchelsea:
-, letters to Ballarino, 282, 284.
-, takes charge of corpse of Bailo Capello, 233; Winchelsea acted at request of, 234; pass for, called an Englishman, 278–9, 281; Winchelsea protects, 284–5.
-, various reports of whereabouts, 278; longing of English for return, 279, 280.
-, reports peace at hand between Venice and Turks, 278.
-, forbidden to go to Turkey, Ballarino fears may do mischief, 280, 282; but will be friendly if he comes, 281, 285; arrives at Smyrna, 282.
-, Ballarino's opinion of character, 281; promises to write well of Ballarino, 285.
-, Winchelsea wants Ballarino to fix term for departure, 285.

Goch, Michiel van, Dutch ambassador in England:
-, Estrades applies to for ship, 10.
-, congratulated king on marriage, 18; tells Venetian ambassadors of desire to renew correspondence, 31, 89; Giavarina to respond to, 36, 45; received Durazzo, 109.
-, pressing for conference to terminate negotiations, 37; protest against yielding places in Africa, 41.
-, business held up, asks leave to return, 123; remaining to renew negotiations, 131; conference with arranged, but put off, 133; sittings resumed with, 134.
-, tries to hasten conclusion of negotiations, 135; conference continued, but difficulties encountered, 137.
-, will not admit that Ruyter allowed corsairs to escape, 144; admits treaty with Algerines but says will be disowned, 147.
-, offers congratulations on king's marriage, 152.
-, presents memorial complaining of action of Maltese, 156; likely to return home as negotiations clogged, 158.
-, has several conferences with commissioners, but in vain, 161; waiting for instructions, to put finishing touches, 166.
-, king sent for, about injury done in Guinea, 161; gave memorial to, 161, 166.
-, has audience of king, to press for decision, 174; asks Charles if will sign treaty, meets with further obstacle, 179.
-, threatens to leave, but king detains, 180; announces departure, 185, 188; frequent conferences with English commissioners, 187; concludes and signs treaty, 190.
-, leaving for Holland, 190; departs without formalities, 192.

gondolas:
-, for Charles, sent to Leghorn, 4; at Alicante, 34; leave Leghorn, 38; arrived in Downs, 40; in Thames, 42.
-, king delighted at arrival, 40; very eager to see, 42; Senate pleased about, 56.
-, repairs needed for, 42, 45; presented to king who goes out in, 45.
-, York also would like, and would pay for, 45; other lords also, 45–6; cost of repairs allowed, 53.
-, taken to Hampton Court, 152; much enjoyed there, idle in winter, 157.
-, took part in state entry of king and queen, 184.

gondoliers for England:
-, sent to Leghorn, 4; at Alicante, 34; in London, working, 42; much admired, 45.
-, tell king of fisolere, 45; petition of, for remittance, 242, 246.

Gonzaga, Maria, queen of Poland, 293.
-, barrenness of, 294.

Good Hope, Cape of, S. Africa, 219.

Goodwin Sands, ships wrecked on, 233.

Gough, Stephen, an English oratorian, tutor to James Crofts (Monmouth), 86n.

grain, ships with, for Algiers, driven ashore, 139; ships with grain for Algiers taken, 144.

Granatino, efforts to get Spanish minister admitted at Porte, 103.

Grand Duke. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.

Grand Turk. See Mahomet IV, Sultan of Turkey.

Gravelines [Nord, France]:
-, Estrades to proceed to, 10; Estrades arrived from, 18; Estrades sets out for, 58, 62, 131.
-, Estrades brings men to London from, for affray, 57; Estrades proceeds to England from, 176.
-, English guarantee French possession of, 182.

Gravesend, co. Kent:
-, despatch dated at, 17.
-, Venetian ambassadors at, 15; Giavarina goes to, 17; Swedish ambassador at, 48; Swedish ships kept at, 69.
-, Durazzo enters London from, 98; ships to do quarantine at, 270.

Great Britain, king of. See Charles I; Charles II; James I.

-, queen of. See Catherine of Braganza; Henrietta Maria.

Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln, Sir Henry Bellasyse member for, 115n.

Greeks, Winchelsea asks leave to levy, for Portugal, 258.

-, merchants, 252–3.

Greenwich, Grinvich, co. Kent:
-, Venetian ambassadors fetched from, 23; Batteville embarks at, 103.
-, queen mother arrives at, 171; Giavarina goes to see her at, 181; she leaves for London, 184.

Grenville, John, earl of Bath, governor of Plymouth, to treat shipwrecked Spaniards with courtesy, 110.

Griffith, Captain, arrested, 268.

Grillo. Ambroso, dragoman, comes to Ballarino against Winchelsea, 253; deposition of, 279.

Grimani, Alvise, Venetian Ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 5, 10, 49, 57, 59, 62, 66, 68, 72, 92, 98, 101, 105, 107, 121, 124, 127, 130, 134, 137, 145–6, 153, 158, 166, 168, 176, 181, 184, 189, 194, 196, 200, 211, 213, 215, 218, 222, 225, 227, 230, 234.
-, instructions to, 191.
-, hopeful of obtaining succour from France, 5; efforts to calm excitement about coaches affair, 57, 62, 66.
-, pays respects to Queen Henrietta, 68.
-, Malo advises of departure from Antwerp, 175.
-, Giavarina to get some one to send news of England to, 215; chooses Riccardi to do so, 224; Vantelet visits, 234; directs Riccardi to send advices, 241.

Grimston, Sir Harbottle, Speaker of the House of Commons, reply to king's speech, 20.

Grinvich. See Greenwich.

guards, the king's, many Catholics among, 18; Irish officer in executed for robbery, 236.

Guasconi. See Gascoigne.

Guernsey, Garnsey, Channel Islands, Lambert sent from Tower to, 66; Lambert brought back from, 138; troops sent to, from Dunkirk, 214.

Guinea, W. Africa:
-, Portuguese places in claimed, Dutch displaced, 43.
-, Dutch sequestrate English ships in, 147; proposed treaty with Sweden about, 255.
-, Courland demands fort taken by India Company in, 162.

Guise, duke of. See Lorraine, Henry of.

Gulf, the. See Adratic Sea.

gunners, Venice in need of, for fleet, 33.

guns, artillery, English ship to take to Kalamota for Turks, 5.

Guzman, Ramiro Felipe de, duke of Medina de las Torres, duke of Medina, first minister of Spain:
-, Burgundian lady claims to have authority from, to treat, 177; Giavarina asked to bring matter to notice of, 178; tact needed about, 188; Cornaro informs about, 196.
-, says lady's assertions all false, 218; says cannot put up with injuries from England, 243; says present relations with England cannot continue, 262.
-, thinks it would be best to throw Indies open to trade, 248; thinks Spain must bide its time, 263.
-, admits difficulty of conquering Portugal, 262; advices of come from Flanders, 263.
-, opinion about Fanshawe's mission, 273; has word of his start. 277; Cornaro has frequent dis cussions with about Fanshawe, 286.



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